History & Heritage in Lincolnshire

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Holbeach United FC, Holbeach, Lincolnshire

Holbeach United FC, Holbeach

Holbeach United are members of the United Counties League Premier Division and play at Carters Park. Formed in 1929 they initially played in the King's Lynn League, and then the Spalding and Boston Leagues before joining Division Two of the Peterborough & District League during the 1930s. After t...

Nettleham FC, Nettleham, Lincolnshire

Nettleham FC, Nettleham

Nettleham FC play at Mulsanne Park, Nettleham village, near Lincoln. The club was established in 1905 and are currently members of the Lincolnshire League. They were originally Nettleham United until they adopted their current name in 1989. Nettleham joined the Premier Division of the Central...

St John's Church, Washingborough, Lincolnshire

St John's Church, Washingborough

The parish church in Washingborough is dedicated to St John the Evangelist. It has a Norman tower and font. An Iron Age shield was discovered near here in 1826. It is called the Witham Shield and is now in the British Museum. The village of Washingborough, 3 miles east from Lincoln city centre...

Bellmount Tower, Grantham, Lincolnshire

Bellmount Tower, Grantham

Home to brown long-eared bats and pipistrelle bats, Bellmount Tower is a Grade II listed building. Though located with Belton House grounds it is only accessible via a short walk from the car park beside the road to the east of the park. The viewing tower cannot be accessed directly from the p...

All Saints Church, Nettleham, Lincolnshire

All Saints Church, Nettleham

Nettleham is a large village and civil parish within the West Lindsey district of the county. The parish church of All Saints dates from the Saxon period, with medieval and 19th century additions. It is welcoming with a friendly congregation. Within the church's graveyard is a headstone in mem...

Barton Town Old Boys FC, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

Barton Town Old Boys FC, Barton-upon-Humber

Barton Town Old Boys play at the Easy Buy stadium, Marsh Lane, with a 3,000 capacity. They are members of the Northern Counties East League Premier Division. Formed in 1995 as a merger of Barton Town and Barton Old Boys the new club were placed in the Lincolnshire League. They won the league in t...

Bottesford Town FC, Bottesford, Lincolnshire

Bottesford Town FC, Bottesford

Bottesford Town FC play at Birch Park, a 1,000 capacity ground, and are members of the Northern Counties East League, Division One The club is fairly youthful having formed in 1974. After a spell in the Lincolnshire League they stepped up to the Central Midlands League in 2000, winning the Premie...

Wendover Hall, Humberston, Lincolnshire

Wendover Hall, Humberston

Wendover Hall has stood within Humberston village for more than a century. The parish council is currently seeking planning permission for a large extension which will provide a new secondary hall/room as well as new toilet facilities, storage and kitchen. The hall is available for hire for gr...

Church of All Saints, North Hykeham, Lincolnshire

Church of All Saints, North Hykeham

All Saints is one of three churches in North Hykeham. It stands at the junction of Mill Lane and Moor Lane and is a Decorated Victorian Gothic style build, constructed in 1858. It is a popular and lively church, open and welcoming to visitors and newcomers, including children and infants.

Grantham Town FC, Grantham, Lincolnshire

Grantham Town FC, Grantham

Grantham Town FC were established in 1874 and are members of the Northern Premier League Premier Division. They are nicknamed The Gingerbreads. Matches are played at the South Kesteven Sports Stadium (known locally as 'The Meres' after the recreation ground it was built upon). In 1877–78, th...

St Peter's Church, Humberston, Lincolnshire

St Peter's Church, Humberston

The oldest building in Humberston is St Peter's Church. Although the church was rebuilt during the early decades of the 18th century, the tower is over seven hundred years old. At the rear of the church is the site of the former Humberston Abbey of Benedictine monks, which was founded during t...

Gainsborough Trinity FC, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

Gainsborough Trinity FC, Gainsborough

Gainsborough Trinity Football Club compete in the National League North, the sixth tier of English football. The club was established in 1873 as Trinity Recreationists by Reverend George Langton Hodgkinson, the vicar at the Holy Trinity Church. In 1889 they were founder members of the Midland Lea...

Scamblesby Church, Scamblesby, Lincolnshire

Scamblesby Church, Scamblesby

In the sleepy and quiet village of Scamblesby the Anglican parish church of Saint Martin stands on the brow of a wooded hill. It was partially rebuilt in the late 19th century and seats around 100. It hosts regular services and events from the local primary school. The village is a civil paris...

Cleethorpes Town FC, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire

Cleethorpes Town FC, Cleethorpes

Formed in 1998 as Lincolnshire Soccer School, Cleethorpes Town was the brainchild of former Grimsby Town player Tommy Watson. The team was an immediate success with both boys and girls across every age group and the club began to grow quickly. In 2003, the club set up a flagship senior team. I...

Nocton Hall Ruins, Nocton, Lincolnshire

Nocton Hall Ruins, Nocton

Nocton Hall is a Grade II listed building in the village of Nocton and sits behind safety barriers. The plaque on the north face of the Hall indicates that the original building dates back to about 1530 but since then there have been two notable reconstructions. Several prominent people have b...